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Tolbert isn't Sproles. Let him go.
Quote from: morgan on March 16, 2012, 06:04:35 AMTolbert isn't Sproles. Let him go.No, Tolbert isn't Sproles. Tolbert is 243 lbs. Sproles is 190 lbs soaking wet.Tolbert can block. He can run with power on short yardage and goal line.Can Sproles do that? We are gonna have a power running game, Tolbert would be a perfect fit.
What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.
Bucs need speed out of the backfield. with a RB who can catch the ball. Tolbert and Blound aren't a good duo to have - they do not complement each other. There's too much redundancy in their games.
As far as I knew we weren't even testing the market on this guy.I guess we lost out on Peyton Hillis too.
The Bucs have already been in contact with Chargers free-agent running back Mike Tolbert, a sparkplug who combined with Ryan Mathews for a potent 1-2 punch in the San Diego backfield.
Who else is out there? Anybody is better than Lumpkin.
If we are going to be a power running team, we NEED a back that runs in a similar manner to Blount as the BU/rotational back. The third back can be your COP back. If we have Blount with a powerrunning game and he gets hurt and our bu rb is a fast, cop back, there goes the entire power running attack which has been our staple all off-season and all season. We need that 2nd guy who can step into the feature back role until Blount gets back.